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October 4, 2012

RNC Release New Ad Based on Last Night's Debate: 'Smirk'

Topics: Political News and commentaries

Here's a new ad the RNC put out this morning that calls attention to Obama's atrocious body language in last night's debate:


I agree with Mark Lowe that the ad is effective, but at a minute and 40 seconds long it's a tad too long for TV.

Related: Ralph Reed at The Corner: It is not easy to dominate an incumbent president for 90 minutes on live national television, but Mitt Romney did so last night.

In the strongest performance of his 2012 campaign and perhaps his political career, Governor Romney was disarmingly gracious, respectful, tough, unyielding, fact-laden, and principled in explaining why Obama's policies have utterly failed and, more important, detailed his own plan for putting America on a new and different path. He won from the opening round until his closing statement. Had it been a fight, a referee would have stopped it.

Posted by Hyscience at October 4, 2012 12:17 PM



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